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Housing Project by Former Businessman-Turned-Activist Faces Scrutiny Over Delays and Refund Demands

todayApril 16, 2024 7

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Former businessman turned activist Michael Amushelelo has acknowledged that several clients of his ‘affordable housing project’ are now seeking refunds due to significant delays. Amushelelo had launched a housing initiative in Brakwater back in 2021, aiming to provide 150 unserviced plots and affordable homes for middle-income earners struggling to secure home loans. However, what was initially a promising endeavor has evolved into a disappointment for many, as the project has lingered for four years without substantial progress. Complicating matters further, Amushelelo finds himself embroiled in a legal battle facing 365 charges related to an alleged Ponzi scheme.

Written by: Leonard Witbeen

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